There's nothing like seeing a game live at one of the Chicago Stadiums. While we don't feature any state of the art stadiums, they all are very special in their own right and must for Chicago Sports Fans. I've been to numerous games at all of of our stadiums, so below are some tips for game day.
Wrigley Field- Coming Soon
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United Center- Coming Soon
Ryan Field- Ryan Field is small, almost like a high school stadium, but it's one of the best venues to see a college football game. I've had season tickets for years in section 116, and the sight lines are fantastic. No matter where you sit in the stadium, you are going to be very close to the action. Getting to the game is very easy and painless. There are two different options, train or car. If you do decide to drive, parking is free if you choose not to tailgate. Ryan Field is nestled in a very nice neighborhood, and street parking is free. You just need to find a spot. While at the game, there are quite a few food options, but nothing beats Hecky's. Hecky's is a famous bbq joint in Evanston. They have a stand right outside section 117 that features amazing $5 bbq pulled pork and chicken sandwiches. You don't want to miss this if you go to a game. Below are a few of the musts before, during, and after the game:
- Before the Game - Visit Wildcat Way. There are a bunch of pregame activities and you can see the band up close and experience some of the Wildcat tailgating.
- Food- Hecky's BBQ (outside section 117)
- After the Game- Outside section 121, you can see the visiting team up close (they walk through the concourse to get to the locker room). Grab a hot dog at Mustards for the ride back (right outside stadium by tailgate lot)